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Old 06-03-2008, 04:40 PM   #16
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Something I've bin doing with premounts is drilling two holes on inside of rims. I tryed all the dismount stuff and aceton works good. Keep it off your hands and you'll be OK.
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well...i tried the boiling method with success, but my thumbs are paying the price. i used my thumbs to peel back the tire and i have 2 nice blisters on them now.....but i saved both the tires and rims, but the foam inserts did not fair as well. small price to pay...does anyone know witch inserts are better, soft or medium or firm??im gonna pick up a dremel with the barrel sander..
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